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Ad Hoc Telecomms. Users Cmtee. v. FCC, No. 07-1426

By FindLaw Staff on July 20, 2009 5:07 PM

In petitions for review of the FCC's decision to eliminate dominant-carrier pricing regulation with respect to AT&T's special access lines, the petitions are denied, where the FCC reasonably concluded that dominant-carrier pricing regulation is unnecessary to ensure just, reasonable, and nondiscriminatory rates.

Read Ad Hoc Telecomms. Users Cmtee. v. FCC, No. 07-1426

Appellate Information

Argued February 20, 2009

Decided July 17, 2009

Judges

Opinion by Judge Kavanaugh

Counsel

For Petitioners:

Colleen L. Boothby, Levine Blaszak Block & Boothby LLP, Washington DC

Christopher J. Wright, Levine Blaszak Block & Boothby LLP, Washington DC

For Respondent:

Richard K. Welch, Acting Deputy Associate General Counsel, Federal Communications Commission, Washington, DC

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